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2021 Incidents
Calls Volunteer Hours
Jan 85 1690
Feb 64 2248
Mar 88 2899
Apr 78 2506
May 96 2605
Total 411 11948

Past Incidents
2019 940
2020 994

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No Caption Old Radio Tower Removed From Station 8.

Captain Matt Tomlins, June 16

Today members from Lower Somerset removed the old radio tower from the side of Station 8. This tower was no longer used and was rusted and an eye sore. The tower was installed when Station 8 was built in the early '80's. Lower Somerset EMS would like to thank the Crisfield Volunteer Fire Department and Chief Frankie Pruitt for assisting us with allowing us to use the ladder truck.... (Full Story & Photos)

2021 Mail Out Fund Drive Has Begun.

General Release, June 15

Lower Somerset EMS has begun its yearly mail out fund drive. You should start seeing, if you haven't already, mail from our organization asking for donations. This is a legitimate program through the Lower Somerset County Ambulance and Rescue Squad. We rely on gracious donations from our community and the people we serve. If it weren't for all the donations that we have received in previous years, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Vehicle Accident on 413 in the area of Crisfield Marion Road.

Captain Matt Tomlins, June 13

Units from Lower Somerset EMS were dispatched to the area of Crisfield Marion Road and Whites Way for the report of a vehicle accident. Lower Somerset EMS got two crews, one ALS and one BLS, out the door within a minute and responded to the area. Upon arrived in was discovered that there was an accident on 413 and Crisfield Marion Road involving two vehicle. No injuries were reported and no people ... (Full Story & Photos)

Operational and Administrative Officers Elected For 2021-2022.

General Release, June 02

The members of Lower Somerset EMS conducted the final round of elections last night during our regular business meeting. On the operational side the Captain is voted in by the membership during the May meeting and takes office on June 1. The first meeting in June all administrative officers are elected and the Captain announces who the operational officers will be for the following year.

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No Caption Lower Somerset Responds to Overturned Vehicle.

Captain Matt Tomlins, May 27

Lower Somerset EMS was alerted just before 1:30 PM for the report of a vehicle accident in the are of Southern Connection Seafood on Route 413. Lower Somerset responded with both a paramedic unit as well as a basic life support unit. When units arrived on the scene they found a vehicle that had run off the road and overturned and come to rest against a power pole. No patients were transported to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chicken House a Total Loss in Crisfield Due to Fire.

Captain Matt Tomlins, April 18

Right around 10 AM this morning units were alerted to the 3600 block of Freedomtown Road for a report of a chicken house on fire. Units fro the Crisfield Volunteer Fire Department arrived on scene to find a large chicken house fully involved. Command was established by Chief Frankie Pruitt who immediate requested two additional tankers to assist with operations. Units operated for several hours on ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption House Fire on Cash Corner Road.

Captain Matt Tomlins, April 08

Lower Somerset EMS responded to the 26,000 block of Cash Corner Road for the report of smoke coming from a home. Chief 2, Frankie Pruitt, arrived on the scene and reported that there was smoke coming from the home. Units from Crisfield Fire Department and Marion Fire Department made quick work of the small fire that appeared to have originated in the kitchen. Several animals were removed from the ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Carbon Monoxide Detecters Placed In Service.

Captain Matt Tomlins, March 13

As previously reported on by Lower Somerset EMS, carbon monoxide is a deadly gas that can not be seen, smelled, or tasted. Because of this we recommend that any household that has any type of open flame, such as a gas water heater, stove, or anything with a pilot light or combustion engines should have a working CO detector.

To ensure the safety of our personnel we have recently placed in service ... (Full Story & Photos)

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